Learn from the expertise of Patrick and Sabine Couture, who are the owners and operators of Resting Paws Cemetery & Crematorium Inc.

Paws News December 2018

  Giving a pet as a gift:   Adding a pet to the family is a long-term commitment and needs input from everyone that will be caring for the pet. Pets should never be given as holiday gifts. If you do decide to give a pet as a gift to a child in your family or circle of...

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Paws News November 2018

Keeping your pets safe in winter: One of the most important things to remember is that even though our pets have fur they still feel the cold. The rule of thumb is “if it is too cold for us to be outside for prolonged periods of time, it is too cold for our pets as...

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Paws News October 2018

  Emergency Preparedness for Pets:   We were all quite surprised by the Tornados . It is a great idea to have an Emergency Kit for ourselves and family members. It is also important to have one for our pets. Identifying your pet: The most important thing to consider...

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Paws News September 2018

  Are you having difficulty looking after your companion?   The reasons why someone feels they can no longer look after their companion can be financial or age and health related.There are options available. If your financial situation has changed and you need help...

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Paws News August 2018

The history behind the Blessing of the Animals: The first Christian Blessing of the Animals Ceremony was celebrated almost 800 years ago. It was Francis of Assisi (1181-1226) who first introduced the idea that human beings are only one of many creations of god and all...

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July 1, 2018

Rescue Fundraising Events We thought it might be a good idea to highlight some of the events rescues put on in the summer to raise much needed funds: July 7, 2018 and August 18, 2018 Arnprior and District Humane Society http://www.arnpriorhumanesociety.ca/events/ July...

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June 1, 2018

Pet Proofing your Home and Yard Are you thinking about getting a pet? Pets are generally curious and you will have to pet proof their surroundings to keep them safe. Things to consider: • How big is the pet? • Can it get in to tight, narrow spaces? • Can it jump? •...

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May 1, 2018

First Aid for your pet: Have you ever wondered what you would do if your dog gets hurt or gets in to an Emergency situation while you are out walking? What should you do if your pet chokes? What should you do if your pet has a seizure? A Pet First Aid course might be...

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Newsletter April 2018

Ticks and Lyme Disease. It is that time again. As soon as the temperature is +4 C and higher we have to start protecting our pets. Ticks that are carrying Lyme Disease are infected with a bacterium called Borrelia. Once a tick is infected with Borrelia it remains a...

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